TAIPEI, TAIWAN – U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has arrived in Taiwan. Senator Blackburn’s visit comes after stops in Pacific Island Countries including Fiji, the Solomon Islands, and Papua New Guinea.
“Taiwan is our strongest partner in the Indo-Pacific Region. Regular high-level visits to Taipei are long-standing U.S. policy. I will not be bullied by Communist China into turning my back on the island,” said Senator Blackburn. “During my visit to Taiwan, I look forward to hearing directly from the nation’s leadership about their needs and how we can support freedom for the Taiwanese people. I look forward to meeting with leaders in Taipei to advance and strengthen our partnerships.”
Blackburn Is Greeted By Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Director-General For North American Affairs Douglas Hsu
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